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School children pray for Malala's Nobel win

EDITORS PLEASE NOTE: EDIT CONTAINS MATERIAL THAT WAS ORIGINALLY 4:3 Expectations were high across Pakistan on Friday (October 11) that their teenaged heroine Malala Yousafzai, the schoolgirl who was shot by the Taliban for campaigning for girl's education, would win this year's Nobel Peace Prize. In Malala's hometown in the restive Swat valley, school children held special prayers for her to win the Nobel Peace Prize and become the youngest winner of the prestigious award. Yousafzai started her campaigning by writing a blog in 2009 in which she described how the Taliban prevented girls like her from going to school. She has said being shot has only strengthened her resolve. After receiving death threats from the Taliban for defying the Islamist militant group with her outspoken views on the right to education, Yousafzai was shot a year ago while on a school bus near her village in Swat in northwestern Pakistan. Malala recovered after medical treatme

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